pedestal design

pedestal design

[′ped·əst·əl di‚zīn]
(mechanical engineering)
A robot design centered on the vertical axis of a central pedestal, in which the motion of any workpiece is confined to a spherical working envelope.
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7 have been applied in pedestal design and are discussed later in para 5.
The compact pedestal design allows for mounting to competitors' bolt patterns without the need of an adaptor plate," said Indika (Indy) Balasuriya, P.
Making pretty hand-tied arrangements as a gift or as a wedding bouquet, or a pedestal design in church for a Sunday service is a highly skilled and vital part of a commercial floristry business.
Set upon a pedestal design, it features a 50" or 61" plasma display with 16:9 aspect ratio.
Natoli Tablet Presses are the pedestal design and GMP compliant
Thus, instead of the original, Giesen decided to acquire two seat pedestals of the same model and the seat pedestal design drawings through the legal discovery process.
An X-Y pedestal design offers several advantages over its azimuth-elevation-tilt and azimuth-elevation counterparts.
It's a pedestal design, so you won't bang your knees on any supports, and you can make it in several different sizes and shapes.
Auditorium stalls: - Approximately 120 m2 pedestal design + Rohbelag;
A 1” round base supports the silver pedestal design, and double clamp style clips hold cards or small signs securely.
Specific pedestal design details are dependent on the target being measured and its requirements.
With many of our customers involved in wireless backhaul and other high-capacity fiber projects, we were asked to draw on our 30 years of pedestal design experience and create a specialized fiber distribution pedestal for these applications," explains Dick Hood, Vice President of Charles' Outside Plant Business Unit.